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WEATHER CONDITIONS, TOMORROW—SHOWERS. DRUNKEN SUPERINTENDENT OF ISOLATION HOSPITAL ATTEMPTS TO TAKE CHILD FROM MOTHER In Beastly State of Intoxication S. H. Hosier, Supposed to Be in Charge of the City's Pest House, Falls Across Bed of Little Girl Whom He Endeavored to take from Mother's Care to the Place That He Controls. In such an Intoxicated condition ! that he fell across the bed when he 1 attempted to take a sick child up j lv his arms, S. H. Hosier, superin- , tendent of the Isolation hospital,' ] made a scene Saturday evening at 1 the residence of Daniel T. McAu liffe, Eiil2 Second avenue. Hosier Insisted upon taking the child away , with him despite the protests of Mrs. McAullffe. who, seeing his 1 , condition, refused to trust her child ■ to him. and he was only dissuaded . from als purpose by the arrival of | angry neighbors that threatened i him with physical violence. j Hosier was accompanied by an-( other man who was also In an ln-li toxicated condition. It was Hos-' ( tor's Intention to take the child t away in an open buggy. He was | so befuddled with drink that he did 11 not realize that this meant almost certain death for the youngster. Mrs. MeAuliffe Is the wife of an j t employee of the Washington Water 1 1 Power company and is the mother : • of four children. Last week the '< youngest girl was taken down wlthii scarlet fever. As soon as the dis- I ease became pronounced the moth er was notified that the child must 1 be taken to the Isolation hospital. 1 With tears flowing down her 1 cheeks Mrs. MeAuliffe this morn- < ing told a reporter of the Spokane 1 RALPH DODD WILL UMPIRE W. H. Lucas, president of tho Northwestern league, today ap pointed Knlph Dodd official umpire of the league, to take the place of "Wild Bill" Setley. Dodd will offi ciate during the double header be tween Butte and Spokane at Rec JOSEPHINE WAS SANE New York, May 29. —The commis- sion ound Josephine Terranova, on trial on the charge of the murder of her aunt and uncle, sane, and tho trial will be resumed. MUST LIVE WHERE HUBBY TELLS HER Judge Huneke decided yesterday that a husband has the right to des ignate the house his wife shall live in and that she must live with his parents if ho desires her to. Tho decision came in the case of Mrs. J. M. Bond against J. M. Bond. Mrs. Bond testified that she bad been kindly treated by her husband but that ho compelled her to live with his parents. LOST BOY WAS FOUND IN WOODS i Adolph Relse of Puyallup, Wash., telegraphed Harry Draper last light asking him to immediately &rlng his hounds to McMillan, rVash. Mr. Draper telegraphed taking particulars as to what they Press of the brutal and disgraceful exhibition that Superintendent Hos ier made of himself. "I was sitting by my window Sat urday evening," said Mrs. McAu liffe. "when i noticed an open bug gy with two men in It drive up. One of the men got out and started for our door. He was so Intoxi cated that he staggered a great deal. "He came to the door and de manded to be given the little girl who was suffering from scarlet fe ver. Seeing his condition, I refused to allow him to take the child. He then went back to the buggy. "1 was called away from the win dow and my attention was next at tracted when 1 heard my little girl screaming. 1 ran to the room nnd there I saw the other man. whom I learned was Superintendent Hos ier, prostrate across the bed. "He had come Into the house without knocking and went straight to the bed where the little girl was. He was so drunk that he had fallen when he attempted to pick up the child. 1 asked him what he wanted nnd he said he was going to take the child to the Isolation hospital. "He was drunk and I would not let him tnke my little girl. He only had an open buggy and It would have meant death to expose the child that way. He insisted rough ly on taking the child and the other reation park tomorrow, and al though he may be a trifle nervous on account of turning to the pro fessional game, the funs have every faith In him aud felicitate tho man agers of the Northwest league on his acquisition. were wanted for, and this morning an answer was received saying a boy had been lost last night in the woods near McMillan, but that he had been found early this morning by the searchers who had spent the night looking for him. VETERANS ASSEMDLE Veterans of the Civil and Span ish wars will assemble at the Cen tral Christian church, Stevens street and Third avenue, tomorrow afternoon to do tribute to departed ones. A visit will then bo made to Greenwood cemetery. The parade will form at the corner of Riverside avenue and Monroe street at 1:45 and the march will be taken up at 2 o'clock, tho men going east on Riverside avenue to Stevens Street [and thence to the Central Christian church, where services will be con ducted by Roy. C. P. Stevens. MUSICAL RECITAL AT BRUNOT HALL The closing musical recital of the year will be given tomorrow night, at 8 o'clock by the pupils of llrifnet hall. Three other recitals have been given during the year. Vocal, piano and vlullu numbers will be ' given. The Spokane Press. children commenced to scream and I protested. "The noise alarmed the neigh bors, and they came over. That night they sent a covered ambu lance to take the child away. I had found out that the drunken man who fell across the bed was the superintendent of the hospital and I refused to trust the girl to him. "Today one of the little boys was taken down with scarlet fever and I do not know what I shall do. Among the neighbors who were attracted by the uproar and wit nessed the disgraceful exhibition Superintendent Hosier made of himself were Mr. and Mrs. L. Atkin son, who live in the adjoining house, and Mrs. George Patchen, who lives at E524 Second avenue. "I was attracted by the noise and went over there," said Mr. Atkin son this morning. "I found that man insisting upon taking the child away In an open buggy. He was so plainly drunk that I demanded to Know what right he had, and he said he was superintendent of the Isolation hospital. "I asked him for papers and he said he did not have any. I got rather angry and told him he had better not take the child away. He finally departed." Mrs. George Patchen also con firms this story. MANY CONFIRMED DV BISHOH ODEA Nearly 600 children and adults were confirmed by Bishop Edward ODea Sunday and Monday. A class of 235 was confirmed at St. Aloysium church yesterday morn ing. Sunday morning 135 were con firmed at Our Lady of Lourdes church. In the afternoon r class of 110 was confirmed at St. Anne's church ' and 70 at St. Joseph's church. MARRIAGE LICENSE? A marriage license was Issued today to Adam F. Ahrens, advertis ing agent of the Columbia theatre, and Miss Florence E. Protto, con RAIN DOES GREAT DAMAGE IN UTAH Ofden, Utah, May 29.—During tho last 48 hours there was a rain fall of 21 inches. The rainfall real ly means a decrease in the water supply this summer, for the reason that it has washed snow stor ed in the mountains The weather SENSATION IN BEEF SCANDAL IN EUROPE HEAD TO COME. London, May 29. — Newspapers generally aocept the cabled state ments had, of meat sold mainly In the states, in referring to it as tainted In most of the report. The Evening News says: "A people which permits corrup tion certainly suffers for Its sins. It is comfort to know that the ruf fians responsible for tho Chicago packing house scandle will suffer severely, Their pockets are tho only spots where they have any feeling." Healers are apprehensive about SPOKANE, WASHINUTOS, TUESDAY. MAY 20, 1906. nected with the jewelry department of the Crescent. They will be mar ried this evening by Roy H. t, Ras mus. A marriage license was also Issued to F. O. Drake of Huntsvllle, Wash., and Edna P. Gilbert of La tah. MELLODY IS IN SPOKANE Honey Mellody, accompanied by his manager Jack Mooney, arrived in town this morning about 11 o'clock, looking as though he was fit to fight before kings. He has been busy all day shaking hands with many friends that are heartily glad he has at last shown up for his fight June Bth, with the husky Dick Fitzpatrick. Mooney says: "Honey has met this chap before, and although he admits Fitzpatrick is a hard man to beat, in a 20-round Journey he will be easy money. Mellody was never in better condi tion in his life, and as the weight is 145 he will bo particularly strong. In fact, he can make the weight in four days' time." DOUMA IS OFFENDED St. Petersburg, May 29. —The Douma today Interpellated the gov ernment on the telegrams attack ing the Douma which were printed in the Official Messenger, the gov ernment's organ, and charged they were officially inspired. PRESIDENT AT PORTSMOUTH Washington, May 29. —President and Mrs. Roosevelt left this after noon on the Mayflower for Ports mouth. Va., where an address will be made at the unveiling of the monument to the memory of sol diers, sailors and heroes of the civil war. The president marches "with the procession distributing flowers on the graves. The yacht reaches Hampton Roads early Wednesday and starts for Washington during the afternoon. has changed and it js very cold and snowing. Unless a Change occurs the fruit crop will be a total loss. A heavy crop of cherries, peaches, apricots and strawberries are in imminent danger. disposing of the existing stocks of American meat, and buyers are de manding the English products. Now York, May :»<).—lntimations that tainted meat had been served consumers In the country brought forth a cry of horror fro mthe pub lic and a rotest from the press, and newspapers demand that the whole truth be given to the people innnediatfly. Others are Cautious and Inclined to a misbelief In tho allegations and call for an author itative Investigation. TERRORISTS KILL POLICE Warsaw, May 29. —Terrorists to day killed police Captain Kowatski and the constable accompanying hjm, as both have made themselves odious to the terrorists. FEDERATION CONVENTION Denver, May 29.—The Western Federation of Miners resumed its convention today with an executive session. It is declared reports will show the federation bigger and stronger than before, despite the fight by mine owners. The United Mine Workers have not sought ad mission to the organization this session as yet. POWDER MILL EXPLODES Santa Cruz, May 29. —Patrick Ryan was injured in a powder mill explosion last night and died this morning. An unknown man was found dead this morning, lying fac? downwards in Xeary creek in a foot of water. He fell down the oauk while intoxicated. NEW AMBASSADOR REACHES VIENNA Vienna, May 29. —Charles S. Francis, the new American ambas sador, was received in private au dience by the emperor. He presen ted his credentials and Storer's let ters of recall. TROUBLE OCCURED AT BELL STORE In the article In yesterday's pa per headed "Clothier Resists a Po lice Officer," the Red Front store was named as the place where the trouble occurred when it should have been the Bell clothing store GERMAN STEAMER A TOTAL WRECK Aiderny. May 29. —The German steamer Heros of the Dutch Levia than line was totally wrecked this morning. MINER'S OFFICIALS DO NOT INT POSTPOIENT Caldwell, Idaho, May 29. —When] Court of Idaho, and therefore the the ease against Moyer, Haywood , district court of Canyon county is and lVttibono was called by Judge j barred from further hearing the Smith this morning Attorney Rich-cases until the Supreme Court de ardson for tbe defense filed motions ' eides tbe matter. The defendants for a change of judge, and a change 1 asked that the matter be consid of venue. Chief Prosecutor Haw- ered at once. The defense claims ley called the attention of the court j the action is an effort on the part to section 677 of the revised stat- :of the prosecution to postpone the Utes. providing that in cases of the tria over the term, application for writs of habeas cor-; Under a strong guard Moyer. pus on appeal to the Supreme Court Haywood and Pettibone were of the United States from a circuit brought to Caldwell from the Boise court, the appeals stays all proceed- jail this morning. They were met lngs in local courts until the ap- at the depot by their attorneys and pealod case is disposed of. | taken to the sheriff's office in the Tho defendants have an appeal j court house. Mrs. Moyer and Mrs. pending from tbe Ninth Circuit Pettibone accompanied them. HO WILL WIN SEASON PASS? Who wins the season ticket to Recreation park? That Interesting baseball story, "His Honor or the Lady," which haa bees runoinj Ifi Ttf ITess, has attracted much attention from r- aj«'is and many have expressed Intentions of writing the concluding Remember, the prlue is a season Chapter ami thus winning the prise pass to every ball game played by of a season ticket. Now Is the the Northwestern league on the tide fro everyone to busy them-home grounds. JOHN CORT N SPOKANE John Cort, tho manager of the Northwestern Theatrical associa tion, is in Spokane today. Mr. Cort is here to decide upon the location of an Orpheum theatre. Art option has been secured upon the Audito rium theatre or $100,000. This op tion will either be taken up or a theatre built. Mr. Cort has just returnel from New York, where he attended the formation of the big theatrical mer ger. The Northwestern Theatrical association has combined with the Silver Circuit with headquarters at Denver. The two associations con trol nearly every theatre no-thwest of Colorado. While in the East Mr. Cort made arrangements for a splendid line of attractions at the Spokane theatre next season. KING RECEIVES ROYAL 6UESTS Madrid, May 29. — The royal guests at the wedding of King Al fonso arrived in a special train. There was a reception by the king in their honor. REBELS ATTACH NATAL MILITIA Durban, Natal, May 29.—'Six hun dred rebels attacked the camp in the Umvoti regian and were repuls ed after hours of fighting. The mi litia lost four men and the native loss was heavy. IN 'FRISCO Since the disaster, officialdom in San Francisco has been dispensing with such luxuries as office boys and roll top desks. This Is a photo graph of a notary's shop in the pub lic highway. One end of the dry goods box is the office and the other the kitchen. selves as tonight appears the last chapter of tbe uncompleted story. The Press does not intend to Complete the chapter which finish es the story, in fact, there is. as yet, no such chapter. It is just one large blank which Is left for the raadari to figure out and finish. FOURTH YEAR, NO. 175, PRICE: ONE CEN -3 HURST MAKES PROPOSITION The Hurst Automatic Switch & Sognal Co. is a modest little con cern with only $10,000,000 of capital stock, divided into 1,000,000 shares, and it offers the modest proposition of the 150,000 club that it will lo cate a factory here if Spokane citi zens will subscribe for $500,000 worth of stock. The stock is now being sold at $7.50 a share, but intending pur chasers are warned to get under the umbrella before the rain begins by being tod that on June Ist the stock will be advanced. The stock is sold on the installment plan in lots of one share up. The agents of the company was a working man once and is anxious that the workingmen shall have a chance to "get it." The company is in possession of a number of patents for automatic switches and other contrivances to do away with rairoad wrecks. It PROGRAM FOR MEMORIAL DAY Fair and warmer weather is pre dicted for Decoration day by the weather bureau. Cooler weather and a light frost is predicted for tonight. „ _ , Veterans and other organizations Tomorrow, Decoration day Will wi „ (akp ne rVlir^A " a f gCn i ra ' ho ' ff- The exercises at the Central The city and county offices will be Christian cnurcn vi]] be un(Jer th 9 closed and the banks and large mer- dlfectlon of Coional N. E. Linsley. con lie Institutions will suspend An by Rev. J. W. Hindley business for the day. „,„ be a ()f A parade at 2 o'clock and serv- During the forenoon the graves ices at the entral Christian church of war veterans will be doeorated. ' will mark the public observance of j Sedgwick Post will decorate those the day. C. R. Freeman will be at Fairmount cemetery and Reno marshal of the parade which will. Post will decorate those at Green form at Riverside and Monroe and wood and Fort Wright cemeteries, march on Riverside to Stevens | A number of excursions will be a street and thence to the Central feature of the holiday. WOMAN THREATENS TO THROW OUT CHIEF Chief of Police Waller may face a hold-up man or burglar without flinching, but yesterday he quailed before the onslaught of Mrs. P. S. Quinn's tongue, when he entered her vegetarian restaurant at 420 First avenue to look into her al leged refusal to return a milk can to Earl Hartwell, a 14-year-old boy. The hoy called upon the chief yesterday morning with a story of her refusing to return his can, and the chief went to Mrs, Quinn to In duce her to return the article. There was nothing doing for the chief, and after giving him a se vere lambasting with her tongue, Mrs. Quinn ordered him to leave the restaurant or she threatened to throw him out. The chief told her DEATH TAKES SISTER JOSEPH Sister Joseph, one of the most beloved old ladies in the North west, succumbed to pneumonia at Sacred Heart Hospital last night after an illness of nine days. Rt. Rev. Bishop Edward OTJea was by the bedside In her dying moments and administered the last benedic tion and absolution. Amid the prayers of the local community her soul passed to its great reward. The funeral will be held tomorrow at the Church of Our Lady of l.our d«i and high mass will be sung at 10 o'clock by Father Verhagen and priests from many cities of the Northwest, liishop ODea will de liver the eulogy. All day toag a One cent was organized In Portand a few years ago and came to Spokane ast fall. The local agents assert that they have disposed of $30,000 worth of stock since they have been here. In his address to the 150,000 club C. M. Hurst, the head of the com pany and the Inventor, said that if they would locate their plant here they would turn out 50,000 of tho automatic switches a year. Tho switches are to be sold for $300 each. This would leave the stock holders a net profit of about $6,000,- --000 according to Mr. Hurst's fig ures. The switch appears to be a good thing, but the skeptical are wonder ing why the railroad companies are not tumbling over themselves to buy this stock, if it is such a good thing. The committee of the 150,000 club Is investigating the concern. Christian church. The local posts of the Grand Ar my, the United States troops, the Spanish American War Veterans, the National Guard, the Sons ol to be good or he would take her tfl the dark, deep dungeon—in othet words, the police station —but sh« made a face at him. The chiei thought discretion the better pari of valor and retreated in good or der. He returned to the station and had Earl swear out a warrant for the woman, charging her with disorderly conduct. She was ar> rested at 9:35 o'clock this morning by Detective McDermott. In pollca court this afternoon she was ar raigned and riday set as the day for hearing her case. The settlement of the Tefft and Schaffer trouble still hangs fire. There is. however, a disposition on both sides to settle the trouble. throng of people have viewed the remains at Sacred Heart hospital. The mv ral will be without doubt the most imposing even seen In this city, as Sister Joseph was be loved of all, irrespective of creed. Sister Joseph was 63 years of age and had the credit of founding four hospitalr Dae at Spokane. Wal lace, Ir* >storia, Ore., and Great Kails, au muled Sacred Heart in list, «v >at patient received by her <t poor unfor tunate young man who came In January, ISS7, and he was removed across the street to a small house and cared for until his death. Sa cred Heart was not finished then, but he was given every care.